SlurryPro-horizontal - Global Pumps
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SlurryPro-horizontal - Global Pumps
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The SlurryPro slurry pump is designed for the continuous pumping of highly abrasive, high-density slurries with minimal maintenance requirements. These slurry pumps maintain high efficiencies over the wear life of their components, with a wide range of materials available to suit a wide range of applications for maximum abrasion and corrosion resistance.

Features of the SlurryPro slurry pump:

  • rubber and metal lined pumps
  • split casing for easy maintenance
  • moulded impeller for stronger wear resistance
  • liners available in different materials for greater chemical resistance


Global Pumps’ slurry pump range is based on the working principle of centrifugal pumps.

The SlurryPro pump converts rational energy, from a motor, to energy in a moving fluid. The two main parts that are responsible for the conversion of energy are the impeller and the casing. The impeller is the rotating element of the pump, whilst the casing is the airtight passage surrounding this impeller.

As the fluid enters the casing, it falls on the impeller blades at the eye of the impeller and is moved radially outward until it leaves the impeller. As this fluid moves through the impeller, the fluid is gaining both velocity and pressure.


  • mining
  • quarries
  • general industry


Will my slurry pump wear out?

Pump wear is affected by the pump design, the abrasive nature of the slurry, the specifics of the application or duty conditions, the way in which the pump is applied or selected for the duty and the actual conditions of service. The SlurryPro heavy duty centrifugal slurry pumps are designed for continuous pumping of highly abrasive, high-density slurries with minimal maintenance requirements.

What should I consider when selecting the right slurry pump?

There are two major considerations when selecting the right slurry pump: the impeller and the casing. The impeller should have a large enough passageway so that the solid particles, no matter their size, can pass through without clogging. The casing of the pump, which handles the pressure, should have larger gaps between the impeller and the cut-water tongue, to reduce wear and prevent large solid particles from getting stuck.

It’s important you take note of the materials of construction, this includes metal and/or rubber pump lines and metal casing. A metal and/or rubber pump liner will combat erosion from the solid particles. The metal casing will resist erosion caused by the increased pressure and circulation.

Does Global Pumps offer spares for slurry pumps?

Global Pumps offers a wide range of interchangeable replacement spare parts to suit the most common brand slurry pumps. Whether you have purchased a SlurryPro or a competitor, Global Pumps can provide the following spare parts:

  • impellers - hard metal and elastomer
  • casing liners - hard metal and elastomer
  • shaft units
  • bearings
  • seals and sealing systems

How do I get pricing for a SlurryPro slurry pump?

Contact Global Pumps and discuss your application with someone from our team. We offer free consultations and quotes.

Where do you deliver and what is your estimated shipping times?

Below is a guideline of how long it takes to ship products to Australia’s capital cities. We offer delivery Australia-wide and can advise of lead time during the quoting process. If the order is urgent, our team will act quickly to ensure you receive your slurry pump ASAP.

*Table of delivery time frames

Locations Shipping time range
Melbourne 1-2 days
Sydney 2-3 days
Brisbane 2-4 days
Perth 2-4 days
Adelaide 1 day
Kalgoorlie 3-5 days
Mt Isa 3-5 days


The SlurryPro slurry pump is available in horizontal or vertical configuration, in a wide range of sizes. These slurry pumps are available with both high chrome and different grades of rubber wearing parts, including polyurethane.

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The horizontal series offers a complete range of sizes, across a full selection of materials. Components are available in a range of elastomer and hard metal types and materials to suit any application for maximum abrasion and corrosion resistance.

The cartridge-type bearing assembly is completely removable, offering easy on-site maintenance. Global Pumps offer a wide range of seal types to suit your site requirements, including mechanical shaft seals to eliminate gland sealing water.



This SlurryPro vertical pump features a cantilever shaft design which eliminates any bearings or seals in the fluid end. Material options including complete elastomer lined pumps and hard metal options for corrosive and abrasive applications. These slurry pumps can be configured to suit your requirements, including a range of column lengths and impeller designs.

The SlurryPro vertical is ideal for corrosive coarse particles and high concentrations of slurry and are widely used in the metallurgical, mining and coal industries. They are also well suited to heavy slurry wash down and spill applications.

High-Performance Guarantee Right Across the Range

Both our Diamond and Standard series slurry pumps are engineered for demanding industrial conditions. They’re lined with a unique elastomeric compound that’s comparable to rubber, but has more effective wear-resistance properties.

With the aim of creating versatile products, SlurryPro Slurry pump also have a range of interchangeable parts that suit the majority of common slurry pumps. This includes everything from impellers through to bearings; enabling us to carry out repairs by replacing only faulty parts to significantly reduce costs.

The Diamond series in particular is designed for flexibility when specifying new pumps or upgrading your existing ones. And better yet, our slurry pumps enable you to continue using your current pump and pipework configuration.

Most importantly, you’ll always have access to technical assistance if you purchase slurry pumps and parts from our range, regardless of where you’re located. The SlurryPro team have a service division set up right here in Australia, which means quicker repair turnarounds & part replacements, and on-site diagnostics when needed.

SlurryPro pumps provide superior wear life, reduced lifetime cost and ease of ongoing maintenance. We provide an extensive range of 240V to 1000V slurry pumps, to assist a broad scope of needs.

SlurryPro pumps are especially designed for pumping highly abrasive high-density slurries in the mining industry, but can be used to pump slurry for any application.

SlurryPro is available in two ranges of Centrifugal Slurry Pumps, the Standard Series of HEAVY DUTY pumps and the Diamond Series of SUPER DUTY pumps.

  • rubber and metal lined pumps
  • flows up to 5,000 L/s
  • heads up to 100 m
  • removal cartridge-type bearing assembly
  • split casing for easy maintenance
  • oversize shaft and bearings for zero shaft deflection
  • moulded impeller for stronger wear resistance
  • range of different high-tech sealing systems
  • liners available in different materials for greater chemical resistance
  • interchangeable wearing parts with the majority of other slurry pump brands
  • low maintenance costs

Critical dimensions are interchangeable with other common centrifugal slurry pump designs, making it easy to trade up to SlurryPro.
No matter what you require for your specific project, talk to our pump experts for comprehensive advice today.

We also offer a range of other pumps, including centrifugal, drum and trash pumps. Browse all the pumps here.


Guide To Selecting the Best Pump

If you need some guidance on how to select the right pump then you’re not alone! There’s such a wide range of pumps in Australia, from centrifugal pumps to hose pumps to diaphragm pumps. The options available to you can make it a difficult choice, so we’ve created this special guide to help step you through the process of selecting the ideal pump for your requirements.

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